Anneka Brown

Anneka Brown

A group of tourists are counting their lucky stars after being reportedly rescued from the Avaavaroa passage while on a turtle tour last week.

Apii Rutaki celebrated the presentation of their new netball and rugby uniforms yesterday morning.

Nukuture College hold gala day

Saturday May 18, 2019

The funds raised during Nukutere College gala yesterday will go towards supplies for the school.

Who is/isn’t a Cook Islander?

Saturday May 18, 2019

How do we determine who is and who isn’t a Cook Islander?  What are the criteria? These are the questions being asked by year 9 and 10 social studies students at Papaaroa School.

A free digital technology workshop to be held next week is a great opportunity for local enterprises to learn about digital marketing strategies to help improve their businesses, says co-director of Learning Solutions Cook Islands Mereani Talbot.

Leaders against chlorination

Saturday May 18, 2019

Traditional leaders of the Cook Islands remain steadfast in their decision to oppose the chlorination of public water supplies.

UK team works on CI database

Friday May 17, 2019

Cook Islands naturalist Gerald McCormack is heading to the UK to work on the Cook Islands Biodiversity Database.

Tour guides have started pulling out of Avaavaroa Passage, saying it has become too crowded and dangerous to take visitors there.

Taking CI tatau to the world

Tuesday May 14, 2019

Traditional tattooists are working to recover some of the lost Cook Islands designs that have become interwoven with Samoan and New Zealand Maori motifs.

An increase in the number of checkpoints last month has resulted in 78 drivers who are now forbidden from driving, largely due to alcohol consumption says Police media advisor Trevor Pitt.

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